"A Dot that Went for a Walk" Paul Klee x Teressa Ong - 297mm x 297mm Giclée Print

By The Paperplane Emporium


The talented and wise Paul Klee knew that even a magnum opus starts humbly, with a dot that is guided across a canvas or a blank page.

In this beautiful and fun print, a black dot with an orange nose is portrayed as it glides across a light blue landscape, leaving a thin line along its path. Of course, as it's the case with some of the more satisfying creative endeavours, this journey is a happy one, filled with songs and smiles.

This lovely print will perhaps give you, or a loved one, the right push to start a new creative journey, and serve as a reminder that if you set the dot free, the line will surely follow.

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Size: 297mm x 297mm

Paper: Epson Archival Matte 192gsm

Print: Archival Pigment Ink

*Frame not included*

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